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#Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness - Desmond Tutu. #beautiful #wellness #inspiration #empowerment #personalgrowth #goodvibes #positivity #gratitude #mindfulness #holisticunited
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Dr. George Roth demonstrates how you can release one of the very common injury patterns that tends to affect many people. This injury involves injury to the lower leg - mainly the tibia. 
 
 
 
#matrixrepatterning #matrix #tiba #holistichealth #healing #wellness #patterns #holisticunited 
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Have you ever wondered why some people seem to have an easy time losing weight? Or at least easier than you. They just set their goals and do it, while you are the one always struggling to either lose weight or to keep it off. 
I recently read an interesting book by Mark Manson called "The... see more subtle art of not giving a f*ck" and as much as it wasn't necessarily about nutrition but life in general, I have jotted some thoughts down that I thought related to eating and weight loss on a fundamental level. 
In one of the chapters, the author, talked about wanting to climb a mountain. He wanted to get to the top and imagined how it would feel to reach the summit,  but he wasn't really interested in the actual process of climbing.  
Same goes for your weight loss. People who want to lose weight love to imagine themselves leaner but often times they don't want to, or they may not be willing to, put in the work that gets them there. 
 "You can be in love with the result, but unless you are in love with the process, you will fail".
Mark Manson "The art of not giving a fu*k".
 
I know this quote sounds pretty dark, and even if it's not entirely true all the time, loving the process surely makes it a hell of a lot easier. 
That's what I try to do in my practice - help my clients find ways to enjoy the process of losing weight without overly stressing about the end goal (weight itself). That way they can enjoy the present moment and improve at the same time. 
It's great to set goals, but sometimes when the end of the journey seems so far away, as soon things get hard, we get demotivated (that the progress is not as quick as we wanted it to be)  and throw in the towel. 
It certainly is easier to give up than keep on trying. 
When you focus on your daily practices of healthy eating and taking care of your body, you will find that the stress of reaching the goals is significantly reduced.  
Focus on the practice, not on the performance.  
So how can we enjoy the weight loss process?  
- Celebrate even the smallest daily successes - we are not looking for perfection here, just any behavior that you did differently than in the past.
- Understand that weight loss is not easy and get over it, don't be a victim, the less you complain the better you will feel. 
- Quit comparing yourself to other people, everybody's journey is different and the fact that you don't see them struggle doesn't mean they don't. 
We all fight our own battles. 
 Comparing yourself to others rarely works as a motivator, it most often leads to feelings of failure and disappointment.  
- Focus on the positives ONLY, minimize sabotaging thoughts and work on re-framing your thoughts to work for you instead of against you.  
- Everybody makes mistakes, the sooner you realize that, the easier it's going to be for you to get back on the plan. Had a bad meal - ok, fine. Jump on the wagon next time you reach for food. Don't let yourself turn one bad meal into a day, or a week worth of junk.  
- Understand that food does not solve problems, it only temporarly distracts us from the situation. Work on finding other non-food related sources of pleasures. 
 
If you are currently struggling with some of the topics covered in this article, don't hesitate to send me an email or contact me via Facebook at www.facebook.com/powern…
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The best Habits found among the most successful CEO's and Personal Development Experts are:
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Aromatherapy can promote healthy functioning of all mind-body systems. Choosing inhalation or skin application depends on what we want to support: respiratory and immune health, relaxation and restful sleep, tight or achy muscles, digestive issues, or skin conditions.
Benefits of inhaling essential oils
Inhalation,... see more such as with a diffuser or aromastick/inhaler, is often the most effective way to use aromatherapy. When we inhale, essential oil molecules quickly enter our lungs and bloodstream. Inhaled essential oils also enhance activity in the parts of our brain that moderate our response to stress. Choose inhalation when you want support for respiratory issues such as colds or allergies, when you want to feel calmer or more balanced, and for help with a good night’s sleep.
Benefits of applying essential oils to your skin
Applying diluted essential oils to the skin is appropriate if you have achy, stiff muscles or minor skin imbalances. Essential oils deliver benefits primarily to the uppermost layers of the skin. Only a small percentage of the essential oil applied to your skin will penetrate more deeply and enter the bloodstream.
Properly diluted essential oil blends can be applied to the skin for benefits to our subtle energy system, or as part of a spiritual practice, making care of the body a sacred act.
Of course, when you apply an aromatherapy blend, you receive the benefits of inhalation at the same time.
Proper essential oil dilution
When applying essential oils to the skin, always dilute! Use 1-2 drops of essential oil in 1 teaspoon of vegetable oil, unscented lotion, or aloe vera gel.
A friendly reminder: Inform your doctor that you are using essential oils to support your health, as aromatherapy is not a replacement for medical care.
About Michelle: Michelle Gilbert, BS, CA, APAIA is a holistic life coach and certified aromatherapist based in Ohio. Michelle’s background and approach is broad, ranging from the scientific to the esoteric. She is fascinated by the meeting point of science and spirit, modern and ancient, inner nature and outer expression. Her work emphasizes a balanced approach to exploring all of these realms as a path to wholeness and integration. In addition to providing consultations, custom formulation services, and business consulting, Michelle is an instructor at Aromahead Institute, School of Essential Oil Studies. She also serves on the Board of Directors at Orenda Healing International and the Education Committee of the Alliance of International Aromatherapists.Twitter: @MGilbertCAWeb: www.michelle-gilbert.co…
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I trust that the universe gives me exactly what I need at exactly the right time. #affirmation #wellness #inspiration #empowerment #personalgrowth #goodvibes #spirituality #positivity #gratitude #holisticunited
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Every day, millions of people rush to the pharmacy for some over-the-counter (OTC) or prescription pain medication. Most of us who live with the debilitating effects of chronic pain would do almost anything to find relief. While painkillers like ibuprofen, acetaminophen (the active ingredient in Tylenol)... see more or the more addictive opioid drugs can help manage your pain, know that they can also cause severe damage to your body.
OTC painkillers are considered safe by most people, but when taken in large doses they can be deadly. An acetaminophen overdose is one of the most common poisonings worldwide, causing numerous emergency room visits, hospitalizations, and deaths due to acute liver failure. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), overdose deaths involving prescription opioids have quadrupled in the past decade.
The good news is, more and more people are seeking natural alternatives to ease their aches and pains. So before you rush off to the pharmacy, check out the natural remedies below to heal your body and fight pain naturally.
1. Healthy weight
Give the body the right nutrients and it will start to heal itself. Maintaining a proper weight, or losing a few pounds if necessary, is a good way to start eliminating chronic aches and pain.
2. Exercise
Besides giving your body the nutrients it needs, regular exercise should also be part of your daily routine to manage and eliminate pain.
3. Turmeric
Turmeric is a nutrient powerhouse. Curcumin, turmeric’s main active compound, is one of the best remedies to fight chronic inflammation and pain. Research has shown that 500 mg of turmeric taken tw0 to four times a day can do wonders for people suffering chronic pain caused by osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
4. Capsaicin
The active ingredient in chili peppers, capsaicin, can temporarily block pain receptors in our skin. You can find capsaicin as a dietary supplement or as a pain-relieving cream for topical use.
5. Fish oil
When our body digests fish oil, anti-inflammatory, hormone-like chemicals called prostaglandins are created which help fight chronic pain.
6. Vitamin D
Many Americans spend too much time indoors, resulting in vitamin D deficiencies. Low levels of vitamin D have been associated with many diseases, chronic pain included.
7. Ice or heat packs
Pain can be caused by many things. While ice packs can help ease swelling and muscle or joint pain, some conditions will get better when you add a little heat.
8. Vitamin B12
Known as the painkilling vitamin, daily supplementation of 2 mg vitamin B12 promotes the regeneration of injured nerves. Vitamin B12’s analgesic effect has shown to be beneficial in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetic neuropathy, lower back pain, and neuralgia.
9. Ginger
If you are suffering from chronic inflammation and joint pain, powdered ginger, ginger oils, or ginger tablets can go a long way.
10. Willow bark
Commonly used to treat fever and inflammation, willow bark can be taken as a natural painkiller to treat arthritis, back pain, headaches, and inflammatory conditions. In the 1800s, willow bark’s active ingredient, salicin, was used to produce aspirin.
11. Skullcap
Skullcap, another powerful herb known for its medicinal power to treat anxiety, nervous tension, convulsions, and pain.
12. Magnesium
Magnesium – often called the master mineral – is involved in over 300 physiological reactions in your body. Upping your intake of magnesium through magnesium-rich foods such as pumpkin and sunflower seeds or magnesium supplements has shown to balance levels of NMDA, a brain chemical responsible for transmitting pain. However, if you are struggling with kidney issues, you should contact your physician first.
13. Acupuncture
Several studies have shown the beneficial effect acupuncture can have on arthritis pain.
14. Glucosamine
A dose of 500 milligrams of glucosamine sulfate taken three times a day has shown to alleviate symptoms of osteoarthritis.
15. Tart cherries
Packed with high levels of the antioxidant anthocyanin, tart cherries can help repair muscle damage to reduce muscle pain.
Originally written by Amy Goodrich and published on www.naturalnews.com
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Healthy eating is not about being deprived or counting calories. It's simply about eating real, whole, unaltered, delicious food - Dr. Frank Lipman. #wellness #health #nutrition #healthyeating #holistichealth #wisdom #holisticunited
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Aromatic support for wholeness and well-being:

Aromatherapy is the artful science of using aromatic plant extracts to support a healthy body, mind, and spirit. Essential oils contain naturally occurring components that, when skillfully blended, work in synergy to enhance the body’s innate ability... see more to heal and balance itself.

Holistic aromatherapy cares for you as a whole person, not a disease. We work as a team to create an aromatic approach to fortifying the big picture that is you, so that you can feel healthier, bigger, and brighter than the challenge(s) you are facing. Your consultation and resulting blend(s) are unique to you.

I believe aromatherapy can help us create a stronger connection to both ourselves and the natural world, inner and outer, tangible and intangible... and I believe this is fundamental to good health.

Bio:

Michelle Gilbert, BS, CA, APAIA is a qualified aromatherapist and holistic life coach based in Ohio. Michelle’s background and approach is broad, ranging from the scientific to the esoteric. She is fascinated by the meeting point of science and spirit, modern and ancient, inner nature and outer expression. Her work emphasizes a balanced approach to exploring all of these realms as a path to wholeness and integration.

In addition to providing consultations, custom formulation services, and business consulting, Michelle is an instructor at Aromahead Institute, School of Essential Oil Studies. She also serves on the Board of Directors at Orenda Healing International and the Education Committee of the Alliance of International Aromatherapists.

Contact info:
Web - www.michelle-gilbert.co…
Twitter - @MGilbertCA
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#Health is not just about what you're eating. It's also about what you're thinking and saying. #motivation #wellness #inspiration #personalgrowth #goodvibes #positivity #gratitude #mindfulness #holisticunited
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#Truth is available only to those who have the #courage to question whatever they have been taught. #beautiful #love #instagood #amazing #life #beauty #bestoftheday #healthy #motivation #follow #happy #instadaily #wellness #inspiration #empowerment #meditation #personalgrowth #goodvibes #spirituality... see more #selflove #positivity #gratitude #yoga #healing #mindfulness #holisticunited
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#Learning is the beginning of #wealth. Learning is the beginning of health. Learning is the beginning of spirituality. Searching and learning is where the #miracle process all begins - Jim Rohn. #beautiful #love #amazing #life #beauty #healthy #motivation #happy #wellness #inspiration #empowerment #meditation... see more #personalgrowth #goodvibes #spirituality #selflove #positivity #gratitude #yoga #healing #mindfulness #holisticunited
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The #inspiration you seek is already within you. Be silent and #listen - Rumi. #beautiful #love #amazing #motivation #wellness #empowerment #meditation #personalgrowth #goodvibes #spirituality #selflove #positivity #gratitude #yoga #healing #mindfulness #holisticunited
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#Vibrate higher! #energy #vibration #spirituality #goodvibes #goodvibrations #consciousness #awareness #mindfulness #holisticunited
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Listen to the wind, it talks. Listen to the silence, it speaks. Listen to your heart, it knows - Native American Proverb. #listen #heart #knowledge #wisdom #inspiration #mindfulness #meditation #wellness #holisticunited
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#Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness - Desmond Tutu. #beautiful #wellness #inspiration #empowerment #personalgrowth #goodvibes #positivity #gratitude #mindfulness #holisticunited
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Dr. George Roth demonstrates how you can release one of the very common injury patterns that tends to affect many people. This injury involves injury to the lower leg - mainly the tibia. 
 
 
 
#matrixrepatterning #matrix #tiba #holistichealth #healing #wellness #patterns #holisticunited 
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Have you ever wondered why some people seem to have an easy time losing weight? Or at least easier than you. They just set their goals and do it, while you are the one always struggling to either lose weight or to keep it off. 
I recently read an interesting book by Mark Manson called "The... see more subtle art of not giving a f*ck" and as much as it wasn't necessarily about nutrition but life in general, I have jotted some thoughts down that I thought related to eating and weight loss on a fundamental level. 
In one of the chapters, the author, talked about wanting to climb a mountain. He wanted to get to the top and imagined how it would feel to reach the summit,  but he wasn't really interested in the actual process of climbing.  
Same goes for your weight loss. People who want to lose weight love to imagine themselves leaner but often times they don't want to, or they may not be willing to, put in the work that gets them there. 
 "You can be in love with the result, but unless you are in love with the process, you will fail".
Mark Manson "The art of not giving a fu*k".
 
I know this quote sounds pretty dark, and even if it's not entirely true all the time, loving the process surely makes it a hell of a lot easier. 
That's what I try to do in my practice - help my clients find ways to enjoy the process of losing weight without overly stressing about the end goal (weight itself). That way they can enjoy the present moment and improve at the same time. 
It's great to set goals, but sometimes when the end of the journey seems so far away, as soon things get hard, we get demotivated (that the progress is not as quick as we wanted it to be)  and throw in the towel. 
It certainly is easier to give up than keep on trying. 
When you focus on your daily practices of healthy eating and taking care of your body, you will find that the stress of reaching the goals is significantly reduced.  
Focus on the practice, not on the performance.  
So how can we enjoy the weight loss process?  
- Celebrate even the smallest daily successes - we are not looking for perfection here, just any behavior that you did differently than in the past.
- Understand that weight loss is not easy and get over it, don't be a victim, the less you complain the better you will feel. 
- Quit comparing yourself to other people, everybody's journey is different and the fact that you don't see them struggle doesn't mean they don't. 
We all fight our own battles. 
 Comparing yourself to others rarely works as a motivator, it most often leads to feelings of failure and disappointment.  
- Focus on the positives ONLY, minimize sabotaging thoughts and work on re-framing your thoughts to work for you instead of against you.  
- Everybody makes mistakes, the sooner you realize that, the easier it's going to be for you to get back on the plan. Had a bad meal - ok, fine. Jump on the wagon next time you reach for food. Don't let yourself turn one bad meal into a day, or a week worth of junk.  
- Understand that food does not solve problems, it only temporarly distracts us from the situation. Work on finding other non-food related sources of pleasures. 
 
If you are currently struggling with some of the topics covered in this article, don't hesitate to send me an email or contact me via Facebook at www.facebook.com/powern…
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The best Habits found among the most successful CEO's and Personal Development Experts are:
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Aromatherapy can promote healthy functioning of all mind-body systems. Choosing inhalation or skin application depends on what we want to support: respiratory and immune health, relaxation and restful sleep, tight or achy muscles, digestive issues, or skin conditions.
Benefits of inhaling essential oils
Inhalation,... see more such as with a diffuser or aromastick/inhaler, is often the most effective way to use aromatherapy. When we inhale, essential oil molecules quickly enter our lungs and bloodstream. Inhaled essential oils also enhance activity in the parts of our brain that moderate our response to stress. Choose inhalation when you want support for respiratory issues such as colds or allergies, when you want to feel calmer or more balanced, and for help with a good night’s sleep.
Benefits of applying essential oils to your skin
Applying diluted essential oils to the skin is appropriate if you have achy, stiff muscles or minor skin imbalances. Essential oils deliver benefits primarily to the uppermost layers of the skin. Only a small percentage of the essential oil applied to your skin will penetrate more deeply and enter the bloodstream.
Properly diluted essential oil blends can be applied to the skin for benefits to our subtle energy system, or as part of a spiritual practice, making care of the body a sacred act.
Of course, when you apply an aromatherapy blend, you receive the benefits of inhalation at the same time.
Proper essential oil dilution
When applying essential oils to the skin, always dilute! Use 1-2 drops of essential oil in 1 teaspoon of vegetable oil, unscented lotion, or aloe vera gel.
A friendly reminder: Inform your doctor that you are using essential oils to support your health, as aromatherapy is not a replacement for medical care.
About Michelle: Michelle Gilbert, BS, CA, APAIA is a holistic life coach and certified aromatherapist based in Ohio. Michelle’s background and approach is broad, ranging from the scientific to the esoteric. She is fascinated by the meeting point of science and spirit, modern and ancient, inner nature and outer expression. Her work emphasizes a balanced approach to exploring all of these realms as a path to wholeness and integration. In addition to providing consultations, custom formulation services, and business consulting, Michelle is an instructor at Aromahead Institute, School of Essential Oil Studies. She also serves on the Board of Directors at Orenda Healing International and the Education Committee of the Alliance of International Aromatherapists.Twitter: @MGilbertCAWeb: www.michelle-gilbert.co…
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I trust that the universe gives me exactly what I need at exactly the right time. #affirmation #wellness #inspiration #empowerment #personalgrowth #goodvibes #spirituality #positivity #gratitude #holisticunited
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Every day, millions of people rush to the pharmacy for some over-the-counter (OTC) or prescription pain medication. Most of us who live with the debilitating effects of chronic pain would do almost anything to find relief. While painkillers like ibuprofen, acetaminophen (the active ingredient in Tylenol)... see more or the more addictive opioid drugs can help manage your pain, know that they can also cause severe damage to your body.
OTC painkillers are considered safe by most people, but when taken in large doses they can be deadly. An acetaminophen overdose is one of the most common poisonings worldwide, causing numerous emergency room visits, hospitalizations, and deaths due to acute liver failure. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), overdose deaths involving prescription opioids have quadrupled in the past decade.
The good news is, more and more people are seeking natural alternatives to ease their aches and pains. So before you rush off to the pharmacy, check out the natural remedies below to heal your body and fight pain naturally.
1. Healthy weight
Give the body the right nutrients and it will start to heal itself. Maintaining a proper weight, or losing a few pounds if necessary, is a good way to start eliminating chronic aches and pain.
2. Exercise
Besides giving your body the nutrients it needs, regular exercise should also be part of your daily routine to manage and eliminate pain.
3. Turmeric
Turmeric is a nutrient powerhouse. Curcumin, turmeric’s main active compound, is one of the best remedies to fight chronic inflammation and pain. Research has shown that 500 mg of turmeric taken tw0 to four times a day can do wonders for people suffering chronic pain caused by osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
4. Capsaicin
The active ingredient in chili peppers, capsaicin, can temporarily block pain receptors in our skin. You can find capsaicin as a dietary supplement or as a pain-relieving cream for topical use.
5. Fish oil
When our body digests fish oil, anti-inflammatory, hormone-like chemicals called prostaglandins are created which help fight chronic pain.
6. Vitamin D
Many Americans spend too much time indoors, resulting in vitamin D deficiencies. Low levels of vitamin D have been associated with many diseases, chronic pain included.
7. Ice or heat packs
Pain can be caused by many things. While ice packs can help ease swelling and muscle or joint pain, some conditions will get better when you add a little heat.
8. Vitamin B12
Known as the painkilling vitamin, daily supplementation of 2 mg vitamin B12 promotes the regeneration of injured nerves. Vitamin B12’s analgesic effect has shown to be beneficial in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetic neuropathy, lower back pain, and neuralgia.
9. Ginger
If you are suffering from chronic inflammation and joint pain, powdered ginger, ginger oils, or ginger tablets can go a long way.
10. Willow bark
Commonly used to treat fever and inflammation, willow bark can be taken as a natural painkiller to treat arthritis, back pain, headaches, and inflammatory conditions. In the 1800s, willow bark’s active ingredient, salicin, was used to produce aspirin.
11. Skullcap
Skullcap, another powerful herb known for its medicinal power to treat anxiety, nervous tension, convulsions, and pain.
12. Magnesium
Magnesium – often called the master mineral – is involved in over 300 physiological reactions in your body. Upping your intake of magnesium through magnesium-rich foods such as pumpkin and sunflower seeds or magnesium supplements has shown to balance levels of NMDA, a brain chemical responsible for transmitting pain. However, if you are struggling with kidney issues, you should contact your physician first.
13. Acupuncture
Several studies have shown the beneficial effect acupuncture can have on arthritis pain.
14. Glucosamine
A dose of 500 milligrams of glucosamine sulfate taken three times a day has shown to alleviate symptoms of osteoarthritis.
15. Tart cherries
Packed with high levels of the antioxidant anthocyanin, tart cherries can help repair muscle damage to reduce muscle pain.
Originally written by Amy Goodrich and published on www.naturalnews.com
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Healthy eating is not about being deprived or counting calories. It's simply about eating real, whole, unaltered, delicious food - Dr. Frank Lipman. #wellness #health #nutrition #healthyeating #holistichealth #wisdom #holisticunited
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Aromatic support for wholeness and well-being:

Aromatherapy is the artful science of using aromatic plant extracts to support a healthy body, mind, and spirit. Essential oils contain naturally occurring components that, when skillfully blended, work in synergy to enhance the body’s innate ability... see more to heal and balance itself.

Holistic aromatherapy cares for you as a whole person, not a disease. We work as a team to create an aromatic approach to fortifying the big picture that is you, so that you can feel healthier, bigger, and brighter than the challenge(s) you are facing. Your consultation and resulting blend(s) are unique to you.

I believe aromatherapy can help us create a stronger connection to both ourselves and the natural world, inner and outer, tangible and intangible... and I believe this is fundamental to good health.

Bio:

Michelle Gilbert, BS, CA, APAIA is a qualified aromatherapist and holistic life coach based in Ohio. Michelle’s background and approach is broad, ranging from the scientific to the esoteric. She is fascinated by the meeting point of science and spirit, modern and ancient, inner nature and outer expression. Her work emphasizes a balanced approach to exploring all of these realms as a path to wholeness and integration.

In addition to providing consultations, custom formulation services, and business consulting, Michelle is an instructor at Aromahead Institute, School of Essential Oil Studies. She also serves on the Board of Directors at Orenda Healing International and the Education Committee of the Alliance of International Aromatherapists.

Contact info:
Web - www.michelle-gilbert.co…
Twitter - @MGilbertCA
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#Health is not just about what you're eating. It's also about what you're thinking and saying. #motivation #wellness #inspiration #personalgrowth #goodvibes #positivity #gratitude #mindfulness #holisticunited
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#Truth is available only to those who have the #courage to question whatever they have been taught. #beautiful #love #instagood #amazing #life #beauty #bestoftheday #healthy #motivation #follow #happy #instadaily #wellness #inspiration #empowerment #meditation #personalgrowth #goodvibes #spirituality... see more #selflove #positivity #gratitude #yoga #healing #mindfulness #holisticunited
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#Learning is the beginning of #wealth. Learning is the beginning of health. Learning is the beginning of spirituality. Searching and learning is where the #miracle process all begins - Jim Rohn. #beautiful #love #amazing #life #beauty #healthy #motivation #happy #wellness #inspiration #empowerment #meditation... see more #personalgrowth #goodvibes #spirituality #selflove #positivity #gratitude #yoga #healing #mindfulness #holisticunited
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The #inspiration you seek is already within you. Be silent and #listen - Rumi. #beautiful #love #amazing #motivation #wellness #empowerment #meditation #personalgrowth #goodvibes #spirituality #selflove #positivity #gratitude #yoga #healing #mindfulness #holisticunited
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#Vibrate higher! #energy #vibration #spirituality #goodvibes #goodvibrations #consciousness #awareness #mindfulness #holisticunited
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Listen to the wind, it talks. Listen to the silence, it speaks. Listen to your heart, it knows - Native American Proverb. #listen #heart #knowledge #wisdom #inspiration #mindfulness #meditation #wellness #holisticunited
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#sensitivity #consciousness #wellness #strength #empowerment #inspiration #spirituality #energy #holisticunited
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